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[audio]Simon Ortiz and Amiri Baraka reading, July, 1984. - Baraka, Amiri; Ortiz, Simon
Amiri Baraka reads "Wailers," "Sounding," and "How to beat Reagan." Simon Ortiz sings "Whale gave this song." This appears to be the second half of a two-part recording. The first half does not exist.
Downloads: 781
[audio]Simon Ortiz reading, May, 1984. - Ortiz, Simon
Simon Ortiz reads poems and sings songs from several books and manuscripts, including his books From Sand Creek, Going for the Rain, and Big Mountain: The People and Land Are Sacred.
Downloads: 594
[audio]Snyder Colloquium August 1983 - Snyder, Gary
Gary Snyder chairs a colloquium consisting of unnamed faculty members in which they discuss art in terms of right occupation, entertainment. product, process, morality, quality, and one's audience.
Downloads: 174
[audio]Sonjia Sanchez, Steven Taylor, Edwin Torres, Anne Waldman, and Mac Wellman panel on perfomance and collaboration, June, 2003. - Sanchez, Sonia; Taylor, Steven; Torres, Edwin; Waldman, Anne; Wellman, Mac
Opening panel from week four of the 2003 Summer Writing Program. The topic is "Performance and Collaboration." The panel includes Sonia Sanchez, Mac Wellman and Edwin Torres with chair Steven Taylor. Highlights include discussion of the potential of performance and collaboration, Sonia Sanchez on the limiting of labeling performances according to genre and race, Mac Wellman on "the hoax" as a genre of writing, and a discussion of the social responsibility of the poet.
Downloads: 124
[audio]Steve Clay Interview Conversation on Craft June 2004 - Clay, Steve; Wille, Andrew
A Steve Clay interview, Conversation on Craft. Andrew Wille interviews Steve Clay about being the publisher of Granary Books. They focus on the history, the process, the technology, and the use of collaboration.
Downloads: 125
[audio]Steve Lacy and Irene Aebi class on writing song lyrics inspired by Johnny Hodges - Part 1 - Aebi, Irene; Lacy, Steve; Waldman, Anne
First half of a class by Steve Lacy and Irene Aebi on writing song lyrics inspired by Johnny Hodges. They discuss the work "Dreams" as a function of the unconscious in song writing. The class also includes readings by Anne Waldman. Lacy and Aebi perform "Somebody Special", words by Brion Gysin, and Lacy plays a recording of Gysin performing "Permutations." (Continues on 01p091.) Keywords: Music and literature, jazz, performance in literature
Downloads: 322
[audio]Steve Lacy and Irene Aebi class on writing song lyrics inspired by Johnny Hodges - Part 2 - Aebi, Irene; Lacy, Steve
Second half of a class by Steve Lacy and Irene Aebi on writing song lyrics inspired by Johnny Hodges. They discuss the work "Dreams" as a function of the unconscious in song writing. The class also includes readings by Anne Waldman. Lacy and Aebi perform "Somebody Special," words by Brion Gysin, and Lacy plays a recording of Gysin performing "Permutations." (Continued from 01p090.) Keywords: Music and literature, jazz, performance in literature
Downloads: 279
[audio]Steve Lacy and Irene Aebi class on writing song lyrics inspired by Johnny Hodges. - Aebi, Irene; Lacy, Steve; Waldman, Anne
First half of a class by Steve Lacy and Irene Aebi on writing song lyrics inspired by Johnny Hodges. They discuss the work "Dreams" as a function of the unconscious in song writing. The class also includes readings by Anne Waldman. Lacy and Aebi perform "Somebody Special", words by Brion Gysin, and Lacy plays a recording of Gysin performing "Permutations." (Continues on 01p091.) Keywords: Music and literature, jazz, performance in literature
Downloads: 266
[audio]Steven Taylor class on ancient Greek music, July, 1986. - Taylor, Steven
First half of a Steven Taylor lecture on the history of music, beginning with music in ancient Egypt, Sumer, and Greece and moving on to the evolution of music in European countries. He discusses the Greek modes and plays examples of music from different periods. The lecture ends with a recording of an Ed Sanders musical setting of a latin phrase. (Continued on 86P053)
Downloads: 999 1.00 out of 5 stars(2 reviews)
[audio]Steven Taylor class on ancient Greek music, July, 1986. - Taylor, Steven
Second half of a Steven Taylor lecture on the history of music, beginning with music in ancient Egypt, Sumer, and Greece and moving on to the evolution of music in European countries. He discusses the Greek modes and plays examples of music from different periods. The lecture ends with a recording of an Ed Sanders musical setting of a latin phrase. (Continued from 86P052)
Downloads: 837 3.00 out of 5 stars3.00 out of 5 stars3.00 out of 5 stars(1 review)
[audio]Steven Taylor class on performance, July, 1987. - Taylor, Steven
Second half of a Steven Taylor class on performance. Taylor sings a William Blake poem set to music by Ed Sanders. (Continued from 87P051)
Downloads: 171
[audio]Steven Taylor class on songs, July, 1987. - Taylor, Steven
First half of a Steven Taylor lecture on songs. The class covers music by a wide range of artists from many different times and cultures. Taylor plays and discusses historic musical styles and forms including Greek drinking songs, music of the troubadors, Elizabethan songs, baroque music, counterpoint American blues, Hank Williams, Matthew Arnold's treatise "Dover Beach" set to music by the Fugs, and Tuli Kupferberg...
Downloads: 1,121
[audio]Steven Taylor class on songs, July, 1987. - Taylor, Steven
Second half of Steven Taylor's lecture on songs. Taylor sings an ode by Horace and discusses Greek modes and the emotions associated with them. (Continued from 87P049)
Downloads: 209 4.00 out of 5 stars4.00 out of 5 stars4.00 out of 5 stars4.00 out of 5 stars(1 review)
[audio]Steven Taylor performs class on performance, with Tuli Kupferburg of the Fugs, July, 1987. - Taylor, Steven
First half of a Steven Taylor lecture on performance. He plays and discusses recordings of performances by a variety of artists including Tuli Kupferberg, Kenward Elmslie, Ed Sanders, and the Fugs, and offers tips on collaboration, the voice, and performance. (Continued on 87P052)
Downloads: 324
[audio]Steven Taylor workshop, Music and consciousness, July, 1991. - Taylor, Steven
First half of a Steven Taylor workshop on music. Taylor begins by talking about music, consciousness, the human ear, and neurology. He plays and discusses a wide variety of examples of music from many different eras and places including African, Tibetan, European chants, Jimi Hendrix, opera, troubadour songs and Moon Dog. (Continues on 91P131)
Downloads: 178
[audio]Steven Taylor workshop, Music and consciousness, July, 1991. - Taylor, Steven
Second half of a Steven Taylor workshop on music. Taylor begins by talking about music, consciousness, the human ear, and neurology. He plays and discusses a wide variety of examples of music from many different eras and places including African, Tibetan, European chants, Jimi Hendrix, opera, troubadour songs and Moon Dog. (Continued from 91P130)
Downloads: 247
[audio]Steven Taylor, Andre Codrescu, Anne Waldman, Kathy Acker, and Bob Holman reading, July, 1991. - Acker, Kathy; Holman, Bob
Second half of an evening of poetry, prose, and music with Naropa faculty members Steven Taylor, Andrei Codrescu, Anne Waldman, Kathy Acker, and Bob Holman. Acker and Holman read from their works, including Holman's "For the birds," "Hey, what did I say," and "Censor not." (Continued from 91P158)
Downloads: 108
[audio]Steven Taylor, Andre Codrescu, Anne Waldman, Kathy Acker, and Bob Holman reading, July, 1991. - Acker, Kathy; Codrescu, Andrei; Holman, Bob; Taylor, Steven; Waldman, Anne
First half of an evening of poetry, prose, and music with Naropa faculty members Steven Taylor, Andrei Codrescu, Anne Waldman, Kathy Acker, and Bob Holman. Taylor is joined by Stephan Ielpi, Elliot Greenspan, and members of the Diggers. Highlights include Taylor's "I have seen the promised land," Codrescu's "Circle jerk," and Holman's "Rare and beautiful things at half price." (Continues on 91P159)
Downloads: 279
[audio]Steven Taylor, Dodie Bellamy, Kass Fleisher and Junior Burke faculty reading, July, 2002. - Bellamy, Dodie; Taylor, Steven
Second half of a faculty reading with Steven Taylor, Dodie Bellamy, Kass Fleisher and Junior Burke including "Strip mall bohemia," "The mountain whippoorwill," "Geneology," "Holy thursday," "The curator's husband: A voice mail," "Boxing Day," and others. (Continued from 02P095)
Downloads: 198
[audio]Steven Taylor, Dodie Bellamy, Kass Fleisher and Junior Burke faculty reading, July, 2002. - Burke, Junior; Fleisher, Kass
First half of a faculty reading with Steven Taylor, Dodie Bellamy, Kass Fleisher and Junior Burke, including "Strip mall bohemia," "The mountain whippoorwill," "Geneology," "Holy thursday," "The curator's husband: A voice mail," "Boxing Day," and others. (Continued on 02P096)
Downloads: 192
[audio]Steven Taylor, Lisa Jarnot, and Bobbie Louise Hawkins reading, October, 1998. - Hawkins, Bobbie Louise; Jarnot, Lisa; Taylor, Steven; Wright, Laura
A reading with Naropa faculty members Steven Taylor, Lisa Jarnot, and Bobbie Louise Hawkins. Steven Taylor reads recent work including "Perfect pleasure" and "Pajama poems for Robert Creeley." Lisa Jarnot reads "Ode," "Song of the chinchilla," and other poems. Bobbie Louise Hawkins reads a piece called "All the livelong day."
Downloads: 120
[audio]Strangers Die Every Day performance March 2006 - Strangers Die Every Day
Strangers Die Everyday, recorded live on Digital Media at Boulder Theater March 9th, 2006 as part of a benefit for Burma Life and La Casa de la Esparanza.
Downloads: 117
[audio]Surrealist poetry reading, July, 1988. - Collom, Jack; Hollo, Anselm
Second half of a Surrealist poetry reading at Naropa Institute. Anselm Hollo reads "Don't drop the yule log on your foot" and other poems, and Jack Collom reads "From pandoric brain." (Continued from 88P019)
Downloads: 381
[audio]Surrealist poetry reading, July, 1988. - Augustine, Jane; Codrescu, Andrei; Collom, Jack; Hollo, Anselm
First half of a reading with Jane Augustine, Andrei Codrescu, Anselm Hollo, and Jack Collom. Highlights include Jane Augustine reading a long poem in which a second voice repeats the first word of each section throughout that section, and Andrei Codrescu reading "Memogasoline." (Continues on 88P020)
Downloads: 308
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